Monday, September 21, 2009

Kooky Cauldron Sundae!!!
















Halloween is coming!! So in the
spirit of All Hallows Eve I give
you the KOOKY CAULDRON
SUNDAE!!! Yummylicious!!


Prep: 1 1/2 Freeze: 25 mins.

Ingredients

  • 12 ounces chocolate-flavored candy coating, chopped
  • 6 small balloons
  • 4 ounces vanilla-flavored candy coating, chopped
  • Green paste food coloring
  • Lime sherbet
  • Orange and yellow nonpareils
  • Orange coarse sugar
  • Sour gummy worms
  • Pretzel sticks
  • Candy pebbles (optional)
  • Yellow-, orange-, and red-tinted shredded coconut*

Directions

1. Heat chocolate-flavored candy coating according to package directions just until melted, stirring occasionally. Cool candy coating slightly. Meanwhile, inflate balloons to a 4-inch diameter. Carefully dip the balloons into the melted candy coating halfway up the balloon. (You want chocolate to coat balloon well to form a sturdy cauldron.) If desired, using a thin metal spatula, spread the chocolate coating to evenly coat the balloon. Place balloons on a waxed paper-lined cookie sheet. Allow chocolate to run under bottom of balloon for
support. Place in the freezer for 20 to 30 minutes or until chocolate coating is very firm. Reserve any remaining chocolate coating to use for patching holes.

2. Working with one balloon at a time, prick balloon with a straight pin and deflate. Carefully remove balloon by gently pulling balloon away from the sides of the chocolate. Use a small brush to fill in any holes with remaining melted chocolate candy coating. Return to freezer.

3. Melt 2 ounces of the vanilla-flavored candy coating according to package directions. Cool candy coating. Working with one cauldron at a time, use a small brush to apply the melted candy coating to top edge of the cauldron, making drips down the sides. Chill in freezer to set. Melt the remaining vanilla candy coating. Tint melted candy coating with green food coloring. With a small brush, apply melted candy coating to the top edge of each cauldron, allowing coating to drip down the sides. Place in freezer to set.

4. Cauldrons can be stored in a covered container in the refrigerator for up to three days or in the freezer for up to one month. To assemble, scoop lime sherbet into the cauldrons. (Put cauldrons in freezer if not serving immediately.) Sprinkle with nonpareils and orange sugar and decorate with gummy worms right before serving.

5. Arrange pretzels on six serving plates to make campfires. If desired, circle pretzels with candy pebbles. Sprinkle with tinted coconut. Set cauldrons on top of pretzel campfires. Makes 6 servings.



Recipes furnished by:

BetterHomes&Garden.
www.bhg.com

7 comments:

Mommy Words said...

So cute! Now following from MBC! www.mommywords.com

Clueless_Mama said...

Yeah! It works:) I LOVE all the ideas you post. I can't wait to try some of them. Thanks for all the fun

Chef Eureka said...

Hopping over from MBC... that looks awesome :) Thanks for sharing.

DeAnna said...

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Cheers,
DeAnna

HeartsMakeFamilies said...

Following from MBC. I love your bright colors. I'm hungry again.

Have a great night,
Tami
www.heartsmakefamilies.com

Ronnie said...

I can guarantee you my kids would love this!! Found you through MBC--now following you as well. Come visit me at www.butsuchislife.com

Tanya said...

thanks a bunch guys for your nice comments. I don't what is wrong with my follow me button.:(